An unflattering term for a system, device, or technology (usually a computer or phone server) that you already have in place and have invested money in, but now it’s outdated, unsupported, no longer in production, and in need of replacing.
Merriam-Webster Online Dictionarylegacy (noun)
a gift by will especially of money or other personal property - bequest
something transmitted by or received from an ancestor or predecessor or from the past - the legacy of the ancient philosophers
of, relating to, or being a previous or outdated computer system - transfer the legacy data a legacy system
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In law, a legacy is something held and transferred to someone as their inheritance, as by will and testament. Personal effects, family property, marriage property or collective property gained by will of real property.
Legacy or legacies may refer to: